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The Media Said Trump Would Unleash Global Chaos. It Happened Under Biden’s ‘Steady Hand’ Instead


War is roiling the Middle East, America’s enemies are emboldened, and our allies doubt our competence and commitment. This is the world the media expected under former president Donald Trump. Instead, it’s the foreign policy record on which President Joe Biden is running for reelection.

Flashback: Well before Trump took office, news outlets started predicting the international order would not survive his presidency. He was too chummy with dictators and too mean to Europeans and the United Nations, they said. He doesn’t listen to the experts, they gasped. Didn’t he understand Iran and the Palestinians had to be appeased? A nuclear World War III was said to be just around the corner.

“Hillary Clinton Is Right: Donald Trump Threatens World War III”: Daily Beast, July 29, 2016:

Will a President Trump allow Russia—still a serious threat to world peace even after the demise of communism—to gobble up not just Crimea and eastern Ukraine but the Baltic states? This would threaten a confrontation with Western Europe much as Adolf Hitler’s demand for “breathing room” in Czechoslovakia and other states kicked off World War II.

“Is This the Start of World War III? That’s What People Are Worried About”: USA Today, April 17, 2017:

President Trump ordered a missile launch against Syria on Friday, in response to a chemical weapons attack.

And some are wondering (seriously and with memes) whether this is the start of World War III.

“How US and North Korea Could Stumble Into World War III”: Politico, Jan. 6, 2018:

The threats that Trump and Kim [Jong Un, the leader of North Korea] are lobbing add unnecessary fuel to an already dicey situation, say those with direct experience managing the U.S. nuclear arsenal.

“World Holds Breath for Trump’s Iran Deal Decision”: CNN, May 8, 2018:

President Donald Trump on Tuesday can land his most devastating blow yet on the legacy of Barack Obama, but a move to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal could also spark a dangerous global crisis. …

It gives him the chance to cement his “America First” philosophy but risks triggering unknowable consequences that in a worst case scenario could lead to war with Iran.

“Will Trump Be Meeting With His Counterpart—Or His Handler?”: New York Magazine, July 9, 2018:

As Trump arranges to meet face-to-face and privately with [Russian president] Vladimir Putin later this month, the collusion between the two men metastasizing from a dark accusation into an open alliance, it would be dangerous not to consider the possibility that the summit is less a negotiation between two heads of state than a meeting between a Russian-intelligence asset and his handler. …

More recently, as Trump has slipped the fetters that shackled him in his first year in office, his growing confidence and independence have been expressed in a series of notably Russophilic moves.

“Trump Isn’t a Climate Denier. He’s Worse”: Atlantic, Nov. 5, 2019:

The president is withdrawing the U.S. from the Paris Agreement on climate change because he just can’t quit carbon. …

If the United States is not among those governments [who decide the carbon age is over], then American banks—whose wealth is deeply bound to fossil fuels—will suffer a sudden revaluation. And the mighty dollar, that last guarantor of American power, will go up in carbonism’s flame.

“Trump Plunges Toward the Kind of Middle Eastern Conflict He Pledged To Avoid”: Washington Post, Jan. 4, 2020:

With a single momentous decision to authorize a drone strike killing a top Iranian commander in Baghdad, President Trump immediately thrust himself into the center of a volatile and unpredictable region—taking his presidency into just the kind of foreign entanglement he pledged to avoid.

Trump followed early Friday’s targeted strike on Maj. Gen. Qasem Soleimani—the leader of Iran’s special operations forces abroad—with a decision to send an additional 3,500 soldiers to the Middle East to respond to the heightened tensions.

Coming in quick succession, the drone strike and troop deployment cast Trump as a pivotal figure in what could be the United States’ next military conflict with a foreign power.

Some of the media’s most dramatic Trump foreign policy scandals never actually happened. In 2020, the New York Times and others went wild with leaks alleging that Trump was letting Russia get away with putting bounties on the heads of U.S. troops in Afghanistan. Only months later, after Biden was in the Oval Office, did U.S. intelligence walk back the claims.

Nor did Trump cause a nuclear holocaust. Trump’s much-maligned policies coincided with a historic peace and relative quiet even in the Middle East.

Still, journalists heaved an audible sigh of relief after Biden’s election in 2020: The world was sure to be stabilized by Biden’s “steady hand.”

“Analysis: Biden Prioritizes Experience With Cabinet Picks”: Associated Press, Nov. 25, 2020:

Competence is making a comeback. …

[President Joe] Biden has rolled out a team of careerists with bursting resumes and little need of a learning curve. …

“Experience” is indeed the coin of the realm on Biden’s burgeoning team.

“‘America is Back’—Biden Touts Muscular Foreign Policy in First Diplomatic Speech”: Reuters, Feb. 4, 2021:

After a Trump-inspired mob attacked the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, protesting Biden’s election win, foreign allies and rivals alike expressed doubts about the health of American democracy.

Biden’s speech on Thursday was a full-throated attempt to vanquish those doubts, and convince Americans of the value of a forceful international approach.

“Under Biden, Diplomacy Is an Attractive Career Again”: New York Times, March 27, 2021:

Joel Hellman, the dean of Georgetown University’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, said that the excitement was also trickling to academic programs that train future diplomats. …

“It’s absolutely striking,” Mr. Hellman said in an interview. “I think there is a sense that America is back.”

“Biden Sees ‘Genuine Opportunity’ for Israeli-Palestinian Peace. Could It Actually Happen?”: NBC News, May 22, 2021:

President Joe Biden said that he believes there is “a genuine opportunity to make progress” toward Israelis and Palestinians living in peace. …

Some experts see glimmers of hope this time, however.

Biden and his team are viewed by many internationally as more competent and even-handed than their predecessors in the Trump administration …

“Joe Biden’s Message to Vladimir Putin? The Adults Are Back in Charge.”: CNN, June 16, 2021:

While Biden didn’t seek to fully explain what it was he came to do, the evidence was everywhere in his answers: Make clear that the traveling circus of the Trump presidency was over–and that the adults were back in charge. …

Nuts and bolts. Pragmatism over pomp. Total frankness over Trumpism.

“Leave Joe Biden Alone”: Atlantic, June 14, 2022:

Oh, and by the way: He’s also managed (so far) to head off World War III and a possible nuclear conflict. We seem to forget that this is Job One for every American president, but while we’re griping about the gas prices (over which Biden also has no control), the Russians are replaying the Eastern Front against 40 million Ukrainians and also threatening NATO. It’s been reassuring to have a steady hand in charge of our foreign policy.

In reality, Biden’s botched withdrawal from Afghanistan in 2021 kicked off a series of destabilizing world events—from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in 2022 to Hamas’s massacre in Israel in 2023. The media knew who to blame.

“Biden Says ‘America Is Back,’ But ‘America First’ Has Haunted His First 100 Days”: CNN, April 28, 2021:

The first 100 days of an American presidency is as much about setting a tone as it is about getting things done. In President Joe Biden’s case, his message to the world has been loud and clear: Donald Trump’s “America First” isolationism is over. “America is back. Diplomacy is back,” Biden proclaimed in his first foreign policy speech in February.

But the specter of Trump is already haunting Biden’s mission to reengage with the world and lead it once again. …

“A Biden Administration Review of the Afghanistan Withdrawal Blames Trump”: NPR, April 6, 2023:

President Biden’s White House is blaming the “conditions created by his predecessor” for the way the U.S. ended its more-than-two-decade-long military presence in Afghanistan in 2021.

“Behind Biden’s Middle East Crises Is the Long Tail of Trump’s Legacy”: Washington Post, Jan. 31, 2024:

“Iran was not dissuaded from pursuing its nuclear quest—quite the contrary,” wrote Le Monde columnist Gilles Paris this week, referring to Trump’s legacy in the region. “America’s word has been devalued, which partly explains the inability of Biden’s administration to re-engage with Tehran …”

With Trump once again running to be president in 2024, the worst could be yet to come.

“Donald Trump Poses the Biggest Danger to the World in 2024”: Economist, Nov. 16, 2023:

Yet a Trump victory next year would also have a profound effect abroad. China and its friends would rejoice over the evidence that American democracy is dysfunctional. … The global south would be confirmed in its suspicion that American appeals to do what is right are really just an exercise in hypocrisy.

“Trump Would Install Loyalists to Reshape US Foreign Policy on China, NATO, and Ukraine”: Reuters, Dec. 18, 2023:

Donald Trump in a second term would likely install loyalists in key positions in the Pentagon, State Department, and CIA whose primary allegiance would be to him, allowing him more freedom than in his first presidency to enact isolationist policies and whims, nearly 20 current and former aides and diplomats said.

“For Europe and NATO, a Russian Invasion Is No Longer Unthinkable”: New York Times, Jan. 30, 2024:

Now, with the rise of former President Donald J. Trump, who in the past has vowed to leave NATO and recently threatened never to come to the aid of his alliance allies, concerns are rising among European nations that Mr. Putin could invade a NATO nation over the coming decade and that they might have to face his forces without U.S. support.

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Penn Administrators, Professors Rally Around Anti-Semitic Cartoonist


University of Pennsylvania administrators and faculty members are rallying around Annenberg School of Communications lecturer Dwayne Booth, arguing that he should not be disciplined for publishing anti-Semitic cartoons depicting Zionists sipping Gazan blood from wine glasses and Holocaust victims protesting the Jewish state.

The school’s faculty union published a letter on Wednesday sent to the university denouncing the “targeted harassment of Annenberg faculty member Dwayne Booth.” Criticism of the lecturer’s cartoons, the union’s executive committee wrote, “imperils the academic freedom of every faculty member at Penn” and “adds fuel to the fire started by those who are actively campaigning to damage our university’s reputation.”

Booth has also received support from Annenberg administrators and professors. The school’s former dean and current public policy center director, Kathleen Hall Jamieson, suggested in a Thursday statement that Booth should not be disciplined given Penn’s “bedrock commitment to the values of academic freedom and open expression.” Annenberg professor Victor Pickard, meanwhile, said the “targeted harassment of Dwayne Booth should be seen as an attack on academic freedom, and we should all rise to defend such inviolable principles.”

The outpouring of support comes in the wake of a Feb. 1 Washington Free Beacon report highlighting Booth’s cartoons, which the Penn lecturer published under the pen name, “Mr. Fish.”

One depicts Zionists sipping Gazan blood from wine glasses—a version of the ancient blood libel employed in anti-Semitic propaganda—while another shows Jews in a Nazi concentration camp holding signs that read “Stop The Holocaust In Gaza,” and “Gaza, The World’s Biggest Concentration Camp.” A third shows an Israeli holding a gun to a hospitalized baby’s head, while a fourth depicts a Nazi flag with a Star of David drawn in place of a swastika.

Penn’s interim president, Larry Jameson, responded in a statement that describing the images “reprehensible.” But Jameson’s statement did not mention Booth by name and touted Penn’s commitment to “open expression and academic freedom.”

The letter from Penn’s chapter of the American Association of University Professors slams Jameson, charing that he “has endangered academic freedom by publicly condemning Booth’s political cartoons as ‘reprehensible’ and suggesting that he should not have published them.”

The union is led by history professor Amy Offner and English professor Emily Steinlight.

Not all Penn faculty members, however, are standing behind Booth. Last week, professor of modern Jewish history Joshua Teplitsky argued that Booth’s “provocations” did “more to polarize than … to foster discussion and debate.”

“Scholars strive to understand hateful words, images, and actions and their power in the past and present,” Teplitsky said in a statement. “But we don’t create materials of our own that amplify messages of hate.”

Penn, Annenberg, and Booth did not respond to requests for comment.

The Penn faculty union condemned the Free Beacon for “publishing the date of Booth’s next class,” a move the union said “endangered the physical safety of both Booth and his students.” Penn itself publishes an online class schedule, which is accessible to the general public, though it has now removed Booth’s email as well as details regarding the lecturer’s class from its website.

“The targeted harassment of Booth was instigated by the Washington Free Beacon, a publication known for political provocation whose activities conform to a well-known pattern,” the organization wrote. “It singled out a faculty member who had criticized the war in Gaza and portrayed him as an antisemite, which predictably generated threats of personal violence against him and calls for the university to discipline him.”

Booth has defended his cartoons. In an interview with the Daily Pennsylvanian, he argued that those who view the images “by themselves” are missing “necessary context,” given that he created the cartoons to accompany columns by former New York Times reporter Chris Hedges. The Free Beacon‘s report on Booth’s cartoons reference Hedges’s columns, which routinely accuse Israel of “genocide” and compare Israel to Nazi Germany.

“The Nazis shipped their victims to death camps. The Israelis will ship their victims to squalid refugee camps in countries outside of Israel,” Hedges wrote in one column that includes a Booth cartoon as its feature image. “And if we do not stand in eternal vigilance over evil—our evil—we become, like those carrying out the mass killing in Gaza, monsters.”

Booth has also addressed the controversy through new cartoons posted to his Instagram. In one, he proposes replacing the Star of David in Israel’s flag with the Kool-Aid Man. In another, he appears to liken the the Free Beacon to the New York Times, writing that the “right and left” have reached a “consensus” that the “world would be saved if everybody on the other side of the political spectrum would just f—ing die already.”

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Scenes From Trans Activist Cecilia Gentili’s Funeral as Hundreds Pay Tribute


Oscar Diaz reaches out to Ceyenne Doroshow and Peter Scotto during the funeral services for Cecilia Gentili at St. Patricks Cathedral in New York City, on Feb. 15, 2024.

The pews of St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City are a sea of black and ruby red that glimmers when the light hits just right. The shine stems from the various gems adorning attendees—on their slicked back, curly shags and mullets, delicate lacy veils, button down shirts, crocheted crop tops, and even decorated in the shape of a heart on the side of their cheeks—who arrive with red carnations and roses to commemorate transgender activist Cecilia Gentili.

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The pearls and tulle worn at Gentili’s funeral are what Oscar Diaz, who identifies Gentili as their mother (a part of their chosen family), says best honors her “fabulous” legacy. “It felt appropriate to send her off in this way, to give her her ‘sainthood,’” they say. Gentili is believed to be the first trans woman to have a funeral service at St. Patrick’s Cathedral, according to her funeral organizers.

It is no small feat that Gentili’s funeral was held at a Catholic cathedral that has not only hosted services for the greats—like Celia Cruz, Babe Ruth, Andy Warhol—but also symbolizes an institution that has isolated many queer folks from its doors. Whispers of conversation can be heard throughout the cathedral, with some mentioning how long it’s been since they’ve attended mass. And when the priest does a call and response, it’s not clear whether people do not reply because they are choosing not to, do not know how to, or perhaps don’t remember how to respond.

But regardless, the church on Thursday is packed by the hundreds, where the processional hymn fuses with the clicks and clacks of five-inch heels worn by some guests as they shuffle into their seats. “Cecilia died with Christ,” says Father Edward Dougherty, administering the service for the 52-year-old, after actor Billy Porter sang “This Day.”

Gentili was a pillar in New York for her work on two state bills that helped provide trafficking victims with relief and ended the “walking while trans” ban—an anti-loitering law that police used to harass trans people—but her impact extends much further.

She learned how to build community and create coalitions on her own after arriving in the U.S. as an undocumented immigrant from Argentina in 2004, during which she turned to sex work and developed a drug addiction before being granted asylum eight years later. Since then, she’s devoted her work to others.

Cecilia Gentili Funeral at St. Patrick's Cathedral

Cecilia Gentili Funeral at St. Patrick's Cathedral

Gentili was also a plaintiff in a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for attempting to limit transgender people’s access to healthcare in 2020. Her advocacy for sex workers and transgender folks led Gentili to work as the managing director of policy at Gay Men’s Health Crisis (GMHC), a leading provider of HIV/AIDS prevention and care, put her on the board of organizations like Alianza Translatinx, a California-based organization advocating for trans inclusivity, and earned her the honor of having a New York City-based healthcare clinic for sex workers named after her.  

Outside of her work, people recall her friendship. “She was my confidant,” says activist Ceyenne Doroshow, outfitted in a purple sequined dress and matching veil. “She was the person I could tell ‘I don’t like the people I worked with. I like the people I worked for,’ which is the community.”

Cecilia Gentili Funeral at St. Patrick's Cathedral

Cecilia Gentili Funeral at St. Patrick's Cathedral

Cecilia Gentili Funeral at St. Patrick's Cathedral

Cecilia Gentili Funeral at St. Patrick's Cathedral

The care for Gentili is seen in the way some of the guests, like trans indigenous activist Li Aan Sanchez, have traveled more than 700 miles to be present. It is noticed in the way others, like Bobbi Schiavone, 62, came to the funeral despite only knowing Gentili by name and advocacy.

The service is somber but cheerful. To friends she was chef, business woman, playwright, entrepreneur. To many more she is madre, mother, p*ta (wh*re)—as the remembrance cards passed around during her funeral say—, actor, and author.  

“To be around Cecilia [is] to feel like you were going to experience the most hilarious moment of your life, but in the process also figure out all of the ways to care for community and map out strategies of community care,” Chase Strangio, Deputy Director for Transgender Justice with the ACLU, says. 

Throughout intervals during the service, chants of “Cecilia!” echo inside the 87,120-square-foot cathedral. “Santa Cecilia! (Saint Cecilia!),” people yell. “Madre de todas las p*tas! (Mother of all the wh*res!)” It’s the same rallying cry heard as Gentili’s family leads her out of the cathedral towards the streets of New York City.

“Cecilia!”


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Палата представителей Конгресса США ушла на перерыв до конца февраля, не проголосовав по законопроекту о выделении финансовой помощи Украине, Израилю и Тайваню. Это следует из расписания работы нижней палаты.


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Ukraine Breaking News Today Live on 02-16-2024


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Stay on top of Russia-Ukraine war 02-16-2024 developments on the ground with KyivPost fact-based news, exclusive video footage, photos and updated war maps.


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Белый дом: США не намерены нарушать соглашения об оружии в космосе


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Песков сообщил о согласовании схемы ВСМ Москва – Петербург


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@mikenov: RT @OhmsLaw78: Special counsel charges FBI informant with lying to the bureau about Hunter and Joe Biden https://t.co/fhSfTG2Yxw via @nbcne…


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